Re: Problems with rss-feed on mainpage
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I send this mail as cc to debian-accessibility, because the problem
with the two links in URL http://www.debian.org is of interest for
For those not reading debian-www:
I pointed out that the two links to secuity alerts and headings shown
in lynx at top of the page migth be a problem.
Am 18.10.2005 um 08:56 schrieb Peter Karlsson:
That's the standard way for feed autodiscovery, for example to get
Opera and Firefox to display a subscription icon.
The text Debian uses there is standard, too? hmmm...
Maybe, I did not point it out clearly enough.
The problem is not only lynx here.
1. The feeds are not really two alternate views ot that page, what
the alternate header fields make assume.
application/rss+xml title "RSS 2.0" for _all_ headings as RSS2.0
feed in the index page would be one
application/atom+xml title "Atoms Feed" for _all_ headings as
text/html with title "Braille Friendly Page" could be another one.
2. Lynx shows misleading link discriptions.
I think, in the case of the main page it would be better to have two
(or a third one for the news) in the menu on the left side with
accurate description and title (tooltip) or below the News headings
and the DSA list.
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